Wednesday, 12 April 2017

SundayYAthon at Easter: TBR

So, SundayYAthon is happening again hosted by the wonderful @_sectumsemprah over the long Easter Weekend lasting from the 13th-17th April and should be amazing as I have participated in the two previous ones too. If ypu want to join it's not too late or just follow along on the hashtag, #SundayYAthon.

This SundayYAthon was a bit different for me and I want to take you through my thought process regarding my TBR.
SundayYAthon is happening, what shall I read? No I can't take part I need to revise. Wait, what if I combine the two?
And thus, my TBR is all my English Lit GCSE set texts that I need to revise and reread, not the most exciting, but probably the best way to revise as my exams start in four weeks!

What will I be reading?
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens 
An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley
I might die of boredom if I only reread books that I don't especially like for five days straight, so I will be breaking it up by continuing my current read, History Is All You Left Me.

Thanks for reading. Are you taking part in the SundayYAthon (or any other readathons) if so what's on your TBR?

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Reading Recap Books 11-15

I feel like I've been in a bit of a reading slump lately and have been struggling to enjoy reading as much as I used to so I'm surprised that I actually read these five books reasonably quickly and gave them all high ratings, but I don't know whether that is because I enjoyed them or I just believe I should rate them highly because everyone else does.

Sunday, 26 February 2017

Reading Recap 2017 Books 6-10

It's getting to the end of February and I have read 5 more books putting me two books ahead of schedule on my goodreads challenge. These are short reviews of only a few words and all have links to their goodreads pages. Now on to the actual reviews, enjoy!